16 Apr 2012

Service Regardless of the Situation

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  Picture this: You work at a hotel. A man checks in to the hotel with arms in plaster casts sticking straight out from his body. Later in the day the man calls down to your desk and explains that he’s not certain how to get himself dressed for the day. What do you do? […]

12 Apr 2012

Travel By Association ~ or ~ Travel Lite

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  Travelers. Travelers everywhere. Transient folks of every stripe walking, running, sitting, working, swimming, eating. Carrying luggage. Grabbing a cup of coffee. Adding sugar to their tea. En route toward somewhere. Arriving from someplace else. Ah, airports. All of humanity distilled to a small area becoming a sudden, immediate culture. Unique and specific to that […]

12 Apr 2012

Our New AIR Timothy Westbrook’s First Gallery Night: tons of surprises in store!

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Timothy Westbrook’s first gallery night will be exciting and very¬†interesting. He has both stagnant and performance components to the event. Here’s a sneak peek of what he’s working on for the show. Timothy Westbrook’s first gallery night will be in conjunction with the Milwaukee wide “Gallery Day and Night” event. Updated information: Timothy’s performance piece […]

10 Apr 2012

Generations Dance

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  The Pfister specializes in weddings. They seem to happen here every weekend, sometimes a few concurrently. Here’s a poem about something we’ve all seen at weddings: The Generations Dance. You know, the one where all the married couples get up and gradually leave as the number of years they’ve been married are ticked away […]

10 Apr 2012

Part 2: The Talking Piano of Dr. Jeffrey Hollander

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  As mentioned in an earlier post I’ve put considerable thought toward how to chronicle Jeff, his playing, and more specifically his playing at the Pfister Hotel. There are several occasions when I’ve left the hotel and driven home in silence because after hearing him at the piano anything on the radio sounded like a […]

7 Apr 2012

A Wild Conversation On Wisconsin Avenue

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  As I mentioned in an earlier blog post I was able to see Wild Institute founder Chris Heeter speak during UW-Milwaukee’s Women Leaders Conference. Chris’ speech struck a chord with me on many levels and I knew I couldn’t pass up an opportunity to document a few of her philosophies for the blog. Assuming […]